Who is Fredrik Ferrier? Made in Chelsea cast member, musician and model

HE'S one of the Made in Chelsea originals and Fredrik Ferrier is back for series 17.

Here is the lowdown on the model and musician with the long blonde locks…

Who is Fredrik Ferrier?

Fred is half English and half Icelandic and was born in Surrey but was raised in Norway. He travelled a lot during this childhood spending time in Russia, the US, Iceland and Denmark.

Fred went to the prestigious Oratory School in London with classmate and fellow MiC star Francis Boulle.

He studied music and languages at Bristol University before appearing on the hit show.

What is Fredrik Ferrier's job?

From a young age, Fred taught himself to play the piano and now counts himself as a classical musician.

He even showed off his violin playing skills in one memorable Made in Chelsea episode when the gang travelled to Austria.

In 2017 he released his own Christmas single Feliz Navidad (She Stole My Heart).

A well as playing music, he also landed a modelling contract during his university days thanks to his impressive physique and striking hair.

Fred then spent time perfecting his posing and catwalk skills in New York during a summer break from studying.

As well as his music and modelling, the Chelsea resident is also the director and founder of his own company, GEIST – an international private art dealership and collection.

Who has Fredrik Ferrier dated?

With his rugged good looks, it's no surprise that Fred has had a string of ladies he has dated.

When he first joined the show, he was dating Czech supermodel Eva Poloniova, but after their relationship ended, he romanced Francis' intern Agne.

In the last series of the show, Fred started dating fellow MiC cast member Olivia Bentley after she snapped him in a naked photoshoot.

When is Made in Chelsea back?

If you're suffering serious withdrawals from the toffs, fear not they'll be back on your screen soon.

The Chelsea gang return on Monday, March 25, at the usual time – 9pm on E4.

And you can look forward to 13 episodes airing each week to get you through Spring.

Fret not if you have plans that clash with the weekly showing, you can always catch up on Channel 4 streaming site All4.

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